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Status Update: Season 2 Episode 2 Part 1 Release Date!

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Hello, my dear FreshMen!

We've got great news for you today!

FreshWomen Season 2 Episode 2 Part 1 will come out on Friday, October 27th!

We're very, very excited as this episode has A LOT of new stuff! It will launch with Voice Acting, Sexy Sounds, HD Maps, and a Sex Scene absolutely PACKED with animations! I can't wait to hear your thoughts about it!

An Alpha Version was released today, and is being tested by our Alpha Testers. As we put a lot of new stuff into the game, we're expecting some fixes, but everything will be ready for the big launch. This Alpha Version has a lot of animations still in preview, and a few minor bugs, but it is stable enough for us to get feedbacks and find new bugs.

The days before launch are always exciting. Doing final fixes, adjusting lines, polishing renders, and making sure everything is up to the standard you deserve. Our hearts are overflowing with joy. We've been working hard over the past few months, and soon it'll be time to show you everything!

As I played the episode these last few days, I could see the dedication of each team member. The clear evolution, the challenges we conquered. It amazes me how much we grew in a few months, and I can't help but wonder where we'll be in the future. Great things are coming. I can feel it. And I can't wait to share them all with you!

Thank you so much for being with us on this journey. Your support and encouragement means the world to us, and allows us to fulfill our dream of creating excellent games! We honestly couldn't be more grateful!

See you soon,

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xtl1939
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When does steam come out? I'm getting horny!
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Thomas Abbott
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It releases just one day before my birthday! Only, I will be out of town and can't play it :(
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